Earth Day is celebrated in the many countries worldwide.
It is a day to inspire education, awareness, and appreciation about the Earth's environment.
Earth Day takes place on April 22nd every year.
Earth Day began April 22, 1970, when 20 million people across the United States participated in pro-environment demonstrations.
The event became so popular that it became an annual event.
Additional activities related to Earth Day can be found under the topic named Tu B'Shvat.
Class: 9th grade, main topic: Access to Written and Oral Information
This unit deals with the important issue of recycling. The unit begins by introducing the pupils to the issue and explaining the concept of recycling. Then the unit presents an example of a community of people who recycled their garbage and delivered the gift of music to the inhabitants. The pupils are then required to show their understanding of the issue. Finally, the pupils create an advertisement or infographic to encourage everyone to recycle and protect the environment